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Sign in, Register and so on in the Thickbox over the main forum?

edited February 2007 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
Hi, is there a extension to move the Sign in, Register and so on in a Thickbox over the main forum?

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    edited February 2007
    If you look at my forum and click on the sign-in link under the Welcome Guest panel section, I think this is what you want. It's not using Thickbox, but rather ibox.
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    Yes, I love that! :D How can I make it like this?
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    I can tell you how to modify the GuestWelcome extension, but the better way would be for someone to tell me where the regular sign in/sign out link is generated in the upper righthand corner. To get what I have, you need to install the ibox extension. Then install the GuestWelcome extension. Then edit the default.php to add in the rel='ibox' to the a tag. I added the information right before the href as follows: $Context->Dictionary["GuestWelcomeBody"] = "<p>Want to take part in these discussions? If you have an account, <a rel='ibox&height=400' href=\"".GetUrl($Configuration, "people.php")."\">sign in now</a>.</p> <p>If you don't have an account, <a rel='ibox&height=480&width=700' href=\"".GetUrl($Configuration, "people.php", "", "", "", "", "PostBackAction=ApplyForm")."\">apply for one now</a>.</p>";
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    edited February 2007
    THANK YOU! Works great, just the signup at the right top is a thing to look at, as you have said :) Again, thank you!
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    edited February 2007
    It's the menu.php file that controls the sign in. So, make a copy of that file and put it in your customvanilla folder. Then edit it and add: rel="ibox&height=400" after the a tag where it refers to the signedinasx and notsignedin. You can check out my forum to see it working.
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    So I just create a folder called "customvanilla"? Where? I am sure I miss something, right... :-)
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    edited February 2007
    edit: posted in wrong discussion on accident, weird.
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